Thursday, December 16, 2010

WikiLeaks Domestic Affairs

FocusFrom launch WikiLeaks RI Domestic AffairsU.S., China pleased with the reform of the TNI. Australia pleased with the eradication of terrorism.Thursday, December 16, 2010, 00:28 GMT

FocusFrom launch WikiLeaks RI Domestic AffairsU.S., China pleased with the reform of the TNI. Australia pleased with the eradication of terrorism.

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 WikiLeaks again divulge confidential information the United States (U.S.) on Indonesia. Interestingly, this time rolled out the information that offended the domestic affairs, the issue of regional security issues and terrorism.
WikiLeaks leak was not related to reports from the Embassy (embassy) in Jakarta, which claimed as many as 3059 messages. The story about Jakarta came from the U.S. Embassy in Beijing (China) and Canberra (Australia). Part of the memo pertaining to Indonesia already loaded on the page WikiLeaks, partly delivered exclusively to the mass media in Australia.
In a memo revealed that the two main forces of the world today, the U.S. and China, contributed to observed serious reform within the Indonesian National Army (TNI). Reform, it is also the country's military transparency can be encouraged, while strengthening transparency in the government and people of Indonesia.
This report was the result of conversations between U.S. and Chinese officials. The report was written in a diplomatic memo from the Embassy (embassy) in Beijing to the U.S. State Department in Washington DC, March 2007. Published on page WikiLeaks, December 12, 2010.
Numbered references 07BEIJING1448, berkatagori secret memo that record conversations between Assistant Secretary of State (Foreign Minister) China, Cui Tiankai, along with Director General of Asian affairs, Hu Zhengyue, with their colleagues from the United States, U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary for East Asian and Pacific affairs, Eric John , in Beijing in March 2007.
They discuss issues in Southeast Asia, such as the problem of Myanmar democracy and security in the region. Officials from both countries also discussed the situation in Indonesia and other regions.
Discussions between the two officials are interesting. The reason, is rarely reported that U.S. officials and China share the view, given the two countries in recent decades actually compete with each other to impart influence in some countries, especially the Asian region.
Regarding the issue of Indonesia, John stressed to Hu that the U.S. and China must work together to promote democratization, economic growth, and anti-terrorism in Southeast Asia's largest country that.
John, who since October 2007 eventually became the U.S. Ambassador to Thailand, to assess although President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono has taken some positive steps, the United States and China should encourage Indonesia to do transparency, accountability, and military reform, a more optimal.
According to John, Beijing should join with Washington in pushing the governance and better accountability in the Indonesian military.
"Transparency in the TNI will strengthen and encourage transparency in the government and people of Indonesia in general," the words of John told Hu that quoted the memo. Transparency, according to John, is an important factor to attract foreign investment attraction, which was required of Indonesia.
"We also need to encourage reforms in labor laws and investment, as well as enforcement of those rules," the memo continued.
China is seen to give effect to the "general direction" of development in Indonesia. However, to John, Hu warned that Beijing should be sensitive to political realities associated with the fate of ethnic Chinese population in Indonesia.
Beijing, in the memo, was "not impressed" against a number of presidents who ruled Indonesia after the Asian financial crisis in the late 1990s. However, China was pleased with the progress made since the reign of President Yudhoyono in 2004, said Hu.
As reported in the diplomatic memo, Hu expressed China's desire to promote moderate Islam in Indonesia, by encouraging interaction with 20 million Muslims in China.
In recent years, the U.S. and China have coordinated in providing assistance to Indonesia in relation to a number of natural disasters. For Beijing, this partnership could be a model for partnerships at regional level.
Hoping SBY Win Again
In another memo, the U.S. recorded the appreciation of Australia to Indonesia in the fight against terrorism. Australian Foreign Ministry officials confirmed that Indonesia is the most important partners at the regional level. In addition, the State government also hopes Kangaroo President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono won again in the 2009 election.
Similarly, a fragment of a diplomatic memo United States (U.S.), who claimed to be leaked from WikiLeaks to the mass media in Australia. News of the memo published by the daily Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday, December 15, 2010.
Diplomatic memo, which was claimed to come from the U.S. Embassy in Canberra, Australian officials reported the assessment of a number of their neighboring countries, including Indonesia. This is based on communications between U.S. and Australian officials in Canberra in October 2008.
Australian Foreign Ministry officials to Southeast Asian Affairs, Peter Woolcott, describes the political situation in some neighboring countries at that time was "chaotic" (messy). The countries referred to are the Philippines, Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, and Burma (Myanmar).
However, contrary assessment Wollcott thrown over Indonesia. "The situation in Indonesia - which is Australia's most important partners in the region - progress 'as best as can be obtained,'" Woolcott said in the memo cited the Sydney Morning Herald.
"... The expected Yudhoyono Australia re-elected, has provided first-class collaboration in anti-terrorism," Woolcott continued.
Another daily also claimed to have exclusive leaks from WikiLeaks, The Age, also contains a positive assessment of Australia to the Indonesian intelligence to combat terrorist group Jemaah Islamiyah (JI) in recent years.
Created in October 2008, the memo describes the assessment of intelligence agencies of Australia, Office of National Assessments (ONA), the lunge kick JI. The group accused the United States as part of al-Qaeda network that was mentioned was a "mess."
"Analysis ONA judge that 'the situation has reversed' linked to Jemaah Islamiyah in Indonesia. The leadership group has been destroyed. Most of the seniors they had been killed, captured or in the search. The group has lost the support network and local funding," according to U.S. Embassy in Canberra to the State Department in Washington.
Not Because of America and Australia
Despite getting a positive rating from the U.S., China and Australia, the Indonesian government would still be cold. Indonesia still doubt the authenticity of the information, which comes from a central source of controversy throughout the world, WikiLeaks.
Wikileaks leak was considered invalid. "I feel out of place comment on the authenticity of a leaked substance can not be verified," said the Special Staff of the President of the International Relations Division, Teuku Faizasyah, to, Wednesday, December 15, 2010.
Responding to the documentation of U.S. officials and Chinese conversation on reform of the military, Defense Ministry spokesman, Brigadier General I Wayan Midhio, states, military reform is the desire of the Indonesian nation itself. Nothing to do with the desire both countries.
"If they support the reform of the TNI, yes it is a coincidence," said Midhio to VIVAnews, Wednesday, December 15, 2010. TNI reform, said Midhio, performed as one of the mandate of the Reformation. "Kids who want their own nation," he said. Defence Minister, Purnomo Yusgiantoro, also said that the leaked Wikileaks was considered unclear.
Meanwhile, Member of Commission I of the House of Representatives (DPR) in charge of overseas, Roy Suryo, asking the public not to respond to excessive leakage associated Wikileaks Indonesia. "No Animashaun or excessive response to WikiLeaks," Roy said at the Parliament Building, Senayan, Jakarta, Wednesday, December 15, 2010.
He stated, these sites sort WikiLeaks whistle blower is very subjective because the source is unilateral. "Never mind the WikiLeaks, Openleaks, or Indoleaks, Simple site just the information is not necessarily one hundred percent reliable because it can be up load by anyone," said Democratic politicians.
Related to latest leaked offensive WikiLeaks President Yudhoyono, Roy did not give a damn. "Better to be progressive and forward thinking to Indonesia. Do not be another bandwagon," says Roy.

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